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Chetopa
Unit 13 is about the teaching of pronunciation and phonology .This unit treatsdetailly English phonology like intonation, stress , rythmn. Intonation is generally considered to be the variation in
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Cimarron
The attitude the teacher comes into a classroom with is fundamental in every stage of a lesson. Being enthusiastic, dynamic, smiling and nice will make students feel comfortable and willing to partici
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Circleville
Learner and teacher roles are different and a good teacher needs to understand this. A effective lesson can hinge on the teacher's effectiveness. A teacher can engage or hinder with simple actions an
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Claflin
Modal verbs are something we use everyday. With the demonstration of this unit, I now know some of the slight differences between similar modal verbs, such as "Can" vs. "Could" and "May" vs. "Might".
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Clay Center
This was an interesting lesson on teaching special groups. I found the section about teaching beginners and children most interesting. I learned that you should really try to avoid reverting to the st
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Clayton
This Unit is very similar to Unit 11, but instead focusing on writing and speaking skills. These skills can be difficult for students, especially if they feel self-conscious or nervous. I can relate t
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Clearwater
This unit describes the future tenses of English which, as with the past and present tenses, include the simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous structures. Unlike the past and present ten
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Clifton
This unit had several new and useful tips for classroom managaement, as well as general guidelines to follow. I specifically learned not to call out a student’s name before asking a question, becaus
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Climax
unit 11, unit 12 talks about two of the four language skills but this time productive skills that is speaking and writing .I learnt that when two or more people are communicating , it is because of on
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Clyde
The relationship between learners and teachers is a very important and complex issue. An enthusiastic, sensitive, motivated and caring teacher is much more likely to have successful students who enjoy
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Coats
This unit overlays writing and speaking (the productive skills), and breaking those down even further with accuracy and fluency for speaking. And punctuation, penmanship, grammar and spelling. Explain
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Coffeyville
This unit illustrates how vocabulary, grammar and functions can be taught using various approach. I have learnt that lessons particularly focusing on grammar or vocabulary usually use the 'straight ar
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Colby
This final unit was about common problems in the classroom. I was familiar with problems that a teacher can encounter at the beginning of a course: icebreakers and any kind of welcoming activity will
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Coldwater
This unit focused on the importance of course materials. We learned the definitions of authentic materials versus created. Authentic materials are those that are real to English natives such as newspa
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Collyer
This unit describes the five main conditionals in English language: zero, first, second, third and mixed. The unit also describes typical mistakes and errors that may arise and also provides several
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Colony
Unit 6 deals with past tenses, such as past simple, past perfect, past continuous, and perfect past continuous. Each past tense follows a similar structure to the present tenses discussed in a previou
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Columbus
In this unit, we can learn different techniques and strategies to teach our students grammar, vocabulary and functions. Early years educators, like myself, focus more on vocabulary, and of course, sim
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Colwich
The past tense is the second tense to be studied in depth. The most relevant information I learned in this chapter was the commonalities between the tenses. All continuous tenses feature some form o
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Concordia
This unit starts with tenses of English. I can learn present tense first. It's a little bit weird that English has 12tenses and this is more than amy other languages. But, when I read the unit, it's n
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Conway Springs
Using different teaching aids is mandatory if you want some variety. To keep the student's attention high, expecially when on a path of explaining grammar, constructs and functions, it's something tha
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Coolidge
As mentioned before the 4 skills (receptive and productive) are very important when learning a second language. Making sure that we understand the differences of the purposes we have when speaking and
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Copeland
In this unit, I learned ways to introduce vocabulary words and grammatical structures. When choosing appropriate vocabulary words, one must consider the following: appropriateness of words to students
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Corning
This unit highlights the common problems that arise in the classroom and offers solutions on how to combat these. The unit provides guidance on how to approach both new classes and established classes
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Cottonwood Falls
Even the best teaching plan is meaningless if a teacher does not have the skill to actually implement it in class. Implementation is achieved through good classroom management. Classroom management
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Council Grove
I really do enjoy the examples as indicators of each aspect. The methods to each tense subcategory are very helpful. It becomes easier identifying a pattern. I have also found that past tense is al
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Courtland
This unit introduces various types of test to take during different stages of an EFL course, namely placement test, diagnostic test, practice test, progress test and external exam. It also introduces
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Coyville
There are 5 types of conditional sentences: zero (permanently true facts), first (possible future), second (hypothetical present), third (hypothetical past) and mixed (combines third and second condit
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Cuba
This unit focused on future tenses, whilst also referring to present tenses like present simple. This was useful because it highlighted the difference between all tenses. Furthermore, learning more ab
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Cullison
This unit conclusively discusses the different teaching aids and equipment. Different teaching aids make the lesson more interesting and less dependent on books. there are several resources foung in a
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Culver
This unit provides an in depth evaluation of two separate classes to help identify the rights and wrongs of the teacher's behaviour when trying to teach a foreign language to students. The videos high
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Cunningham
This unit covers the future tense system in the English language. Detailing the future simple, the future continuous, the future perfect, the future perfect continuous, the be going + infinitive and f
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Damar
This unit is directed for when you find blocks or walls put up by students. Explaining how to start the course for the first day (keeping things light and focused on getting to know the student and th
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Danville
This unit focused on how to teach productive skills. The definition of productive skills are speaking and writing. With regards to the speaking, we learned about accuracy versus fluency and what types
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De Soto
After reviewing this unit, I believe as an English teacher it is easier to assess and teach productive skills in a classroom. The ability to have students learn and generate speech and writing is much
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Dearing
This unit was about teaching special groups such as children or business level English. I work with children so that section served more as a reinforcement of concepts I was already familiar with. How
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Deerfield
Having knowledge of type of class you are going to have lesson helps a lot in the preparation of the lessons.Unit 19 elaborates on that.Teaching special groups consist of the following types of classe
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Delia
This unit provides an in depth view of the two productive skills (speaking and writing) and highlights the importance of improvement in these areas for the students. The unit lists the different types
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Delphos
Course books are vital because they often provide clear lesson plans to follow, and guided learning paths already proven for teaching purposes. Course books usually foster the correct use of the langu
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Denison
for young starters it is very difficult to know which language is what, they mostly confuse their mothertongue with english, for example in chinese kindergarten some kids can't even speak chinese, so
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Denton
The unit reflects on the four basic skills of learning a language which are; reading and listening (receptive), and speaking and writing (productive). As well as observing and recognizing that there a
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Derby
Course books and materials are very helpful to the beginning ESL teacher. Course books are targeted to the level of the class and allow the learner to see a progression in their language skills. The
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Dexter
In this unit, usages and common mistakes made by students about future tenses is explained. It includes not only the tenses that have the word 'future' in name, but also 'be going to + infinitive', 'p
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Dighton
In this unit I learned about what makes a good teacher, what makes a good student, what the differences can be in teaching students of different ages and language levels, and what the different roles
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Dodge City
In this final unit, we are learning about what new teachers should do in their first lesson, how to use the warmer, different kind of English level of students in the class, difference between teachin
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Dorrance
Like the previous units on past and present tenses, this unit covers future tenses. The tenses are very similar in structure and usage and can easily be applied to sentences using a specific tense. Th
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Douglass
You would think that some of these definitions would be self-evident but I was surprised to learn that they are not. I found myself spending more time than expected to learn and process this chapter.
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Downs
After reviewing the content of this unit, I think I have a better grasp of understanding the three basic elements of English grammar. when first starting these grammar units, I found the grammar to be
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Dresden
As teachers, it is of great importance to remember that students are different. Therefore, learning attitudes will be different The most important thing is not just having a good understanding of the
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Dunlap
from this unit it is evident that both the teacher and student play an important role in the classroom inorder to realize success and progress in English language learning. the teacher has to ensure
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Durham
This unit looked at the four past tenses that make up the past tenses in the English Language. Unit SIx Outlined the form and usage of the Past Simple, The Past Continuous, The Past Perfect and the Pa
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